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The Mystery of Guidance

Wendell Berry, “Jayber Crow,” (Counterpoint, 2001), Page 133

The Mystery of Guidance

Often I have not known where I was going until I was already there. I have had my share of desires and goals, but my life has come to me or I have gone to it mainly by way of mistakes and surprises. Often I have received better than I deserved. Often ...

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